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Town Hall with His Excellency Emmanuel Macron President of the Republic of France

Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic of France, to Visit GW, April 25

Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic of France, will host a town hall with George Washington University students on Wednesday, April 25, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at the Charles E. Smith Center.

Jennifer Cooke, Director of the Institute for African Studies

New Director of Elliott School's Institute for African Studies Named

The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs announced the selection of Jennifer Cooke as the new director to lead the Elliott School’s Institute for African Studies.

photo: David Miliband, text- The Elliott School of International Affairs 2018 Graduation Celebration Speaker, David Miliband

2018 Elliott School Graduation Celebration Speaker David Miliband

David Miliband is President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), where he oversees the agency’s humanitarian relief operations in more than 40 war-affected countries and its refugee resettlement and assistance programs in 28 United States cities.

Spotlight on Students and Alumni

photo: Russell Kim stands with his family on graduation day

New Gift to Support GW Institute for Korean Studies

The $750,000 donation will help make university a “hub” for Korean studies in D.C. and internationally, institute director says.

photo: Angelo DeLeo smiles outside of a George Washington University building.

Comparative Study on Italian Festival Has Hometown Roots

Junior Angelo DeLeo received GW's Undergraduate Research Award to examine the similarities between “Festa dei Ceri” and its Pennsylvania counterpart.

photo: three Elliott students stand in front of a fountain. The fountain is positioned in front of columns.

Alumnus Donates to Global Capstone Program to Enhance Experiences Outside the Classroom

Experience is the best teacher, and Elliott students immerse themselves in skills-based training, putting classroom learning to the test through internships and fieldwork. For graduate students, real-life learning experience peaks in the year-long Global Capstone Program, which requires MA candidates to identify and tackle some of the most pressing international issues of our day.

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The year in review at the Elliott School of International Affairs.